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Nooreen Dabbish
Nooreen Dabbish
7,718 Points

JavaScript Runtime is JScript after Ruby on Rails Windows Installation

Hi, Thanks teamtreehouse for your helpful videos on installing Ruby, Rails, Node JS, etc. I have to questions:

  1. I noticed that my JavaScript Runtime on the rails testapp was JScript (not Node.js as in the tutorial). How do I troubleshoot or fix this?

  2. I installed Ruby earlier, while watching the Sass videos. I am not sure whether or not I checked the box to include Ruby in the PATH. Is there a way of double checking this? Or of modifying this option?

Thanks, --Nooreen

1 Answer

Jason Seifer
Jason Seifer
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Nooreen Dabbish! If you haven't rebooted after installing nodejs give that a try. To check to see if Ruby was installed in the path, do the following from a command prompt:

echo %PATH%